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Buying Horse Property in Nova Scotia


Buying Horse Property in the Annapolis Valley /
Bay of Fundy
When sourcing horse property for the buyer it is critical to be aware that their agenda is not like buying your home in the country or city. The potential problems relating to the realization of a horse property are more challenging than the buyer purchasing a residential home.  Both types of buyer want to know about bathrooms, number of bedrooms, kitchen appliances, and the square footage of the home, etc.
The Bay of Fundy and Annapolis Valley is a perfect area for a horse property. This area has meadows and gently rolling hills of the North and South Mountains. The farmers and town folk of the Annapolis Valley have enjoyed for centuries the land that will grow all most anything. My family enjoys and appreciates this bi–cultural region which is best known for a table set with Fundy lobster washed down with one of the world class wines grown in the Annapolis Valley.   This is the country to sea lifestyle. Land for horse property is an important issue; will, in its present condition, accommodate the quantity of horses that will reside there?  Horse property should include a sturdy barn with, tack room, hay storage and water and electricity, along with a paddock.
Horse fencing is an additional key feature when looking at horse properties. Wood fences require more maintenance than electric fencing. Total protection for your horse is no-climb metal fencing to keep out predators.   The determining factors of the value of any horse property lies not in its updated facilities but rather in its budget-friendly elements which will result in a decrease in maintenance costs.
Taking care of our 4 legged animals is a priority with any buyer. The property calls for adequate meadows and wide-open spaces for grazing. Low hills are better than flat ground as this will prevent excessive mud build-up on the grounds during rainfall and storms.
Horses drink a great deal of water and there should be an adequate supply at all times. An arena or outdoor riding ring is a significant factor on a horse property.
Because of the size and type of land required, horse properties are special properties. A horse property should be located close to well-travelled roads for easy excess by horse trailer and other equipment.    Your dream horse property awaits you in the Annapolis Valley and Bay of Fundy. Remember horsewomen and horsemen often have a great love for man’s best friend, their dog.     
The Annapolis Valley and Bay of Fundy have excellent Veterinarians, Equine Coaches, Farriers, and Boarding Stables…

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